Author Topic: petrol Tank Petseal  (Read 939 times)

Offline old PJ

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petrol Tank Petseal
« on: 15.12. 2007 20:12 »
Hi All i have finally got my tank sorted out after the last post on the forum i purchase some new petseal and coated the tank again and this time it set fine it seems that the first mix that i had did not have the correct amount of catalyst to the mix ratio as supplied. The new petseal did and it was set in just a few hours and looks very good inside the tank .
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Re: petrol Tank Petseal
« Reply #1 on: 15.12. 2007 20:57 »
Good to read the stuff works, if one ever needs it one day. Post a follow up, telling how it looks after some time in use?

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Re: petrol Tank Petseal
« Reply #2 on: 15.12. 2007 21:38 »
Is it soft underneath the new Petseal, or did they interact to harden the first batch?
It worked with the first batch as it all melted and re hardened so it seems to be good stuff i think the tank is well sealed for good .
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